Toby Keith launches media blitz for "Beer For My Horses"
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Toby Keith launches media blitz for "Beer For My Horses"

Friday, July 25, 2008 – Toby Keith is getting the media blitz going for his upcoming film, "Beer For My Horses," starting Monday in New York. The movie opens Aug. 8.

"Beer For My Horses" features Keith and comedian Rodney Carrington as sheriff's deputies chasing a drug lord and kidnapper in classic road trip buddy comedy form. Written by Keith and Carrington, the film was inspired by Keith's hit duet with Willie Nelson, who also appears. The movie soundtrack is in stores Aug. 12.

Keith hits The Colbert Report, making the appearance his third time as a guest on the show, on July 28. On Tuesday, he will be on radio with Sirius Satellite Radio (four channels: Freewheelin', New Country, Blue Collar Comedy and NASCAR), Big D & Bubba, Lia, Danny Wright and another major television stop with CNN's Glenn Beck.

On Wednesday, July 30, Keith does an interview and performance on the CBS Early Show, a stop at FOX & Friends, multiple interviews with FOX News and another round of radio including Rick & Bubba, John Boy & Billy, Glenn Beck Radio, Dr. Drew and Dennis Miller. Keith will also sit for a television interview with Nick News and print sit-downs with Esquire Magazine and US Weekly.

On Thursday, Keith performs and interviews on The View. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Keith will do concerts in St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis and Pittsburgh. He heads west and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Monday night, Aug. 4 for airing Aug. 8.

The next morning, Keith calls in to G. Gordon Liddy's nationwide radio show, then books over to Burbank, Cal. and a live performance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Later, he'll call in to the Alan Colmes Show.


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